ECU immobiliser and fob recoding

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ECU immobiliser and fob recoding

#1 Post by E_T_V » Thu Nov 13, 2014 12:08 am

A guy from this (and various other forums) offers ECU recoding. If you've lost your fob etc then he should be able to help.


Available services:
Mems1.6/1.9 - security match ECU and 5as, program fobs, change EKA,
bypass immobiliser.
Mems3 - program lucas fobs, Change EKA.

Prices:
Come to him: fob coding £15 plus £5 per fob supplied by him, all are
reconditioned fobs. Always up for a deal if you have extra unneeded
fobs (3TXB, 3TXD or 17TN)
He can come to you (depending on location), basic cost is £25 for
coding plus £5 per fob, total cost depending on location.
Postal coding: send your 5as to him, £20 plus £5 per fob he supplies,
includes postage back via Royal Mail recorded delivery.
Immobiliser Bypass: Keep the car as it was before but bypass the
immobiliser by fitting a small device and cutting pin 13, programmed
to your ECU so is a permanent fix. £60 plus £5 postage to get ECU back
to you. Full instructions supplied, very easy to implement with only 3
wires to connect.
Security match 5as to ECU: Mems1.6/1.9 only, £25 including return
postage by Royal Mail recorded delivery.
To contact go here and then click on PM or e-mail.

Please mention the 200 and 400 owners club when enquiring.

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Re: ECU immobiliser and fob recoding

#2 Post by DAVID1953 » Sun Apr 05, 2015 1:22 pm

Re; immobiliser playing up after a vehicle battery change, I do have the input code but it fails, I suspect a drivers door fault (perhaps a micro switch) as it never has locked/unlocked with Plip centrally, does with the key.
On this internet of stuff I came across a tip to bridge the ignition / starter relay (under bonnet colour yellow) feeds to enable engine to run? the tip says the immobiliser simply tells this relay to not earth input.
Rover 1.6 SLI 1994 just about run in at 150k....:-))
My question is will this action annoy the ECU?

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Re: ECU immobiliser and fob recoding

#3 Post by Mr Teddy Bear » Thu Apr 09, 2015 11:17 am

I can't answer his question, however you may get a better response if you post under technical issues! :)
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Re: ECU immobiliser and fob recoding

#4 Post by DAVID1953 » Thu Apr 09, 2015 11:30 am

Mr Teddy Bear wrote:I can't answer his question, however you may get a better response if you post under technical issues! :)
Many thanks for giving me the advice, I'm new here and what a great excuse! :)

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